Press Roundup: The Residences at Secret Bay Makes Headlines
From being named the #1 Resort Hotel in the Caribbean, Bermuda and the Bahamas and #6 Hotel in the World in Travel + Leisure’s 2020 World’s Best Awards to proprietor Gregor Nassief being honoured as the Caribbean Journal’s Hotelier of the Year, Secret Bay continues to take the spotlight around the world. And the resort’s new real estate opportunity featuring 42 architecturally stunning villas and villa estates? It’s making headlines of its own. Explore the latest stories on The Residences at Secret Bay, below.
The Guardian has highlighted The Residences at Secret Bay in a recent article highlighting the 100th ROI payment to global investors since launching in 2019. The publication recognizes the sustainable villas for its six-star accommodations, but gives a special mention to the most coveted amenity — second citizenship.
INVESTMENT MIGRATION INSIDER
The Residences at Secret Bay were recently featured by top investment industry publication Investment Migration Insider. The publication highlighted Secret Bay’s CBI project as a “Low-Risk, High-Reward Investment in a Top COVID-Recovery Country.”
INVESTMENT MIGRATION INSIDER
Investment industry publication Investment Migration Insider published an article highlighting a surge in interest in The Residences at Secret Bay due to vaccine rollout, popularity of cryptocurrency and the post-Covid demand for second citizenship.
Nigeria’s leading business finance company Nairametrics points to The Residences at Secret Bay as the ‘New Gold Standard’ in CBI programmes, as it offers investors the perfect opportunity for, ‘second citizenship, global mobility for their family, a completed product with proven financial performance, a competitive exit strategy and a robust market for resale.’
Nairametrics published an article on CBI opportunities in Dominica as a low-risk and high-reward investment opportunity. “During these uncertain times, The Residences provides resounding stability, offering a ready product that has steady guest occupancy, individually built new villas and investment in one of the top COVID-19 recovery countries in the world.”
Nigeria’s leading business finance company Nairametrics details the spike in African, and namely Nigerian interest in Secret Bay’s Citizenship by Investment inquiries as Dominica’s CBI Programme was recently recognized for the fourth consecutive year as the ‘World’s Best Country for Second Citizenship’ by the Financial Times.
Newsweek’s Country Reports has highlighted The Residences at Secret Bay for leading the charge when it comes to today’s remote-working revolution. In the recent feature, proprietor Gregor Nassief shares his philosophy of following nature’s lead and just why Dominica’s coveted Citizenship by Investment Programme grants an idyllic opportunity to immerse oneself in a more permanent six-star villa experience on Dominica.
Departures has highlighted The Residences at Secret Bay in its recent article, “New Caribbean Luxury Villas Come with a Coveted Second Passport.” While the publication applauds the stunning gated community of sustainable villas for its six-star accommodations and breathtaking island locale, Departures gives special mention to the unique citizenship option that comes along with villa purchase.
LUXURY TRAVEL MAGAZINE
A recent article by Luxury Travel Magazine spotlights The Residences at Secret Bay for completing its first phase of new Hillside Ti-Fey Villas and launching its whole-ownership sales program with built villas and off-plan villa estates. The article goes on to detail the numerous perks that come along with ownership, plus a closer look at the fully-appointed, sustainable villas situated within the gated confines of Secret Bay’s six-star rainforest resort.
Real estate publication Mansion Global recognized The Residences at Secret Bay for their sweeping Caribbean views on the island of Dominica. The article goes into detail covering the Zabuco Villa that is being sold off plan, meaning “that the buyer purchases it pre-construction and has the ability to choose from three different floor plans and customize its interior.”
The Residences at Secret Bay were recently featured by top real estate publication Mansion Global. The publication highlighted Secret Bay’s CBI project for its recent four-villa Caribbean compound with three pools and ocean views selling for $7.1 Million. The article also mentions the increased interest in luxury property in the Caribbean has increased as buyers are looking to island life for access to waterfront living and nature.
Caribbean publication Caribbean Journal recently featured The Residences at Secret Bay in their investment column. The publication highlighted The Residences at Secret Bay’s recent record-setting sale as “the highest ever home sale in the country” and notes that the property “includes two main residences and two guest houses, with a total of nearly 10,000 square feet of indoor-outdoor living space, on an acre of land. It sits on a cliff about 200 feet above the sea, allowing for far-reaching views of the water.”
INVESTMENT MIGRATION INSIDER
Investment industry publication Investment Migration Insider published an article highlighting the investors in The Residences at Secret Bay. The publication praised the investment opportunity as “the gold standard for citizenship by investment projects across the globe,” while also highlighting reviews from current investors that have said to already have seen a positive return on their investments.
We’re looking forward to seeing what else is in store for The Residences at Secret Bay in 2021. To learn more about The Residences at Secret Bay’s award-winning Citizenship by Investment offering, we invite you to get in touch with our sales team at [email protected].
Villa options are priced from US $208K per share.